Am I a Taxpayer?

One of the things that most people are confused about and the one thing that gets them into the most trouble with the IRS is not knowing whether or not they are a taxpayer under the law. When the IRS pulls someone into court, the DoJ representative will repeatedly refer to said person as a "taxpayer".  What you as a "people" of the united states of America need to know is you are not a taxpayer under the law. The IRS wants you to believe you are a taxpayer and will refer to you as a taxpayer, but it is your responsibility to straighten out the IRS and the federal government on the issue.

When you find yourself in tax court and you did not challenge jurisdiction as you were directed to elsewhere on this site, you need to object, every time the preosecution refers to you as a tax payer. It is very simple to do. Simple say, "Objection, the prosecution has not provided evindence that I am a taxpayer." Of course, if you followed the direction previously provided on this site, you would not have made it into tax court, becuase "tax court" is equity court and it does not apply to human beings since human being are not subject to titel 26 of the USC. Most issues with the IRS can be handled by simply writing them a letter. The IRS will never be able to prove that you are a tax payer. At least, that is if you are a human being, a people as referred to in the preamble to the US Constitution.

If, when you are noticed by the IRS you write back and inform it that you are not, in fact, a taxpayer or federal officer as you had previously and incorrectly claimed when you signed a tax return, the IRS would then know that you have been educating yourself and might actually back off as it did with the author of this article. It is when you use unfounded arguments with the IRS that you tip your hand that you do not know the law and the agents carrying out their duties know that you will lose if pulled into court.

There are numerous cases that support that you are not a taxpayer if you are a human being (people). The most relevant case that spoke well of the notion that your labor is your property is BUTCHERS' UNION CO. v. CRESCENT CITY CO., 111 U.S. 746 (1884) This case opined that your labor is the root of all of your property. You must remember, however, that people's rights are granted by God and no government can hinder your rights through statutory of consitutional law. We are still a republic and in a republic, individuals get to choose what statutes they may obey.

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